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Old School Boston Restaurants No Longer with Us

Not to be Joe Psychologist, but please tell me what first comes to mind when reading the names of any of these old school Boston restaurants no longer with us...

Jimmy's Harborside
St. Botolph
Mondo's
Newbury Steak House
Bob the Chef
Tom Thumb
Dixie Kitchen
Joseph's Aquarium
Lox Stock & Bagel
Deli Haus
Joe and Nemo's
Cafe Budapest
Zachary's
Romagnoli's Table
Brass Lantern on Washington St.
Thompson's Spa
Locke-Ober
Maison Robert
Magic Pan Creperie
Felicia's
Morelli's in East Boston
Ken's at Copley
Scotch 'n Sirloin
European
Du Barry
Buzzy's Roast Beef
Frankenstein's
Schrafft's Tea Room
Pizza Pad
Captain Nemo's in Kenmore Square
Metro Deli
Sun Tuey
El Phoenix Room
Ruggles Pizza
The Red Fez
Anthony's Pier 4
Santoro's
Dini's Sea Grille
English Tea Room
Trader Vic's
Joe Tecce's
Kelly's Landing

What a great list, eh? We look forward to your memories of any of these restaurants. Also, did we miss any old school Boston restaurants on this list? If so, please tell us about them in the comment box below. Thanks!

4 comments:

  1. Omg these bring amazing memories. We celebrated every major life event if it was really special at Pier 4 (Jimmy's too) If you go out west a bit--Casa Barbi --signature chianti bottles and Jack and Marian'a in Coolidge Corner

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    1. Thanks, Judy, for sharing these memories. I don't remember Casa Barbi. Where was it located? I loved Jack and Marion's. Now there was a real deli!

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    2. Casa Barbi was located at 1277 Comm. Ave. in Allston. It was Our House(West) from 1975 until 2011 when it became Jalapeno's briefly, then the Shanghai Social Club and is now Hopewell Bar & Kitchen.

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    3. Gallaghers on Congress St had desserts flambé at the table...sadly gone. What was the name of that cafeteria style lunch spot on City Hall Ave between School St and Court Sq? The restaurant name began with a P.

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